98.1 WOGL Loves Our Kids Radiothon

 

Last year, the 2017 98.1 WOGL Loves Our Kids Radiothon, brought to you by the Philadelphia Area Mazda Dealers, raised $300,439 for The Children’s Miracle Network at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia!  We know that with your generous donations this year in 2018, we can raise even more money!

For the 17th year, on December 6th and 7th, 98.1 WOGL and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia teamed up to raise money to support patient care programs at CHOP.

All donations stayed local to support the resources required to treat thousands of children here in the Delaware Valley.

Thank you for making a difference in the lives of so many children!

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Meet the Child Life Specialist at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

The goal of Child Life is to help kids feel like kids, even when they are hurt or sick. Marilyn Russell sat down with various therapists from Child Life to learn about how their department supports the unique needs of the children at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
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Kylee's Story

Kylee was born in the Special Delivery Unit at Children’s Hospital. She was a medically fragile baby due to hypoplastic left heart syndrome, a birth defect that affects normal blood flow through the heart. Doctors gave her a 50/50 chance of survival. Her birth parents were not able to care for her...
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Shawn's Story

When Shawn was 6 years old he became very sick. His mom and his doctors didn’t know what was causing his illness. Shawn had a total of 13 stays at the hospital that lasted anywhere from 1 to 29 nights long before he was finally diagnosed with Disseminated PNET Cancer, a type of brain cancer. Once...
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Aubrey's Story

When Aubrey was 4 years old, she was camping with her family over a weekend in October. While running back to their family’s campsite, Aubrey tripped and fell on a concrete path. Immediately her mom, Megan, knew that her fall was serious. Aubrey had lost consciousness by the time they reached the...
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Mary Cate's Story

At her 20 week ultrasound, Michele, Mary Cate’s mother, learned that Mary Cate had Spina Bifida, a neural tube defect that occurs when the bones of the spine do not form properly around the baby’s spinal cord. Immediately, she came to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Just four weeks later,...
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Maddi's Story

Maddi was in a traumatic accident while on a family vacation in Mexico. After her mother had taken a picture of her on a restaurant balcony, Maddi’s foot slipped and she fell 20 feet. Jenny, Maddi’s mother, had her flown to CHOP and when she arrived, a team of people were waiting, ready to do all...
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Pearce's Story

We first met Pearce as a spirited, outgoing 10-year-old girl being treated for brain cancer. Seven years later she relapsed. We met her again on a break from college. Along with her age and wisdom has come the sobering comprehension of what she is fighting and the stakes. Always thinking of others...
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Laurel's Story

Five-year-old Laurel was born with hydrocephalus also known as water on the brain and diagnosed with cerebral palsy. She was transferred to CHOP’s NICU after she was born. Mom said that being at Children’s Hospital was a good experience because CHOP let her still be Laurel’s mom. She could hold her...
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Jordan's Story

A swollen lymph node in February was the first clue that something was wrong with six-year-old Jordan. A trip to the ER for an ultrasound revealed a more serious problem – Burkitt’s Lymphoma. Dad is a CHOP employee but became another dad with a sick daughter and the Kahley family pulled together to...
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Dylan's Story

Dylan’s family came to the Philadelphia area from Germany in 2016 for temporary residency with Dylan’s father's job. Then six year old Dylan was diagnosed with leukemia this year. Now mom says that they were meant to be here, near Children’s Hospital. She adds that the energy at CHOP is so good...
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